HQ into apartments: YWCA changing its downtown home
Nestled into the Griswold Building on Front Street downtown, the YWCA’s headquarters are going to take on a massive overhaul. Pouring $20 million into the building to convert it into apartments, the residential area of the building will be seven floors rather than four floors like before. The non-profit organization has always housed women, but now rather than the dorm-esque layout the building will have more of an apartment feeling. The women who live in the building are mostly recovering addicts or had mental illnesses. “(This will) really make sure our women can learn those life skills they need for independent living,” CEO Elfi Di Bella said reported Columbus Business First.
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